AMG enters agreement to purchase Parade & Dash magazines, associated web sites and networks
Parade magazine is about to be sold to Athlon Media, Media Ink has learned.
In Sight is The Washington Post’s new blog showcasing photography with a focus on visual narratives.
Green spoke about the future of journalism, what others outside of journalism think newspapers' future is and what he believes will be the bright future of journalism.
During a presentation at the ASNE-APME 2014: Fast Forward conference in Chicago, BuzzFeed’s use of data analysis to predict user behavior based on variables like time of day, which photos are used, and social networks was praised.
Journalists need to learn how to do more than just tell readers about news events — they need to understand how to listen as well, and how to help their communities take action on the issues that are of importance to them.
PwC's annual global outlook provides a comparable source of advertiser spending data and commentary across 54 countries.
Contend makes videos for Tribune advertisers
Publisher Les Simpson sees a not-distant future where local TV and radio have been just as roiled by disruptors as newspapers.
The popular publishing platform recently started hosting Substance, a new student publication at Mt. San Antonio College that doubles as a totally reinvented version of The Mountaineer campus newspaper.
Newspaper subscribers are increasingly using smartphones and tablets while retaining a strong attachment to print.
A growing number of major publications are turning to memberships as a way to scale their paid audiences.
On Sept. 29, The Indianapolis Star and its parent, Gannett Co., will move nearly 800 employees into the former Nordstrom store in the Simon-managed Circle Centre mall.